Graseby MS 26
The MS26 is a syringe drive used for administering medication intravenously or subcutaneously.
The Graseby MS 26 Syringe Drivers is a non-sterile device. It is a battery powered ambulatory devices, that can be carried by patients whilst undergoing treatment.
The Syringe Drivers are suitable for administering medication intravenously (IV) or Subcutaneously.
For slower infusions, the MS 26 is intended for administrations over periods of 1 day or longer. The rate is in millimeters (mm) of syringe plunger movement every 24 hours. The MS 26 is known as the daily rare syringe driver. At the slowest setting, of 01, the MS 26 would take 60 days to move the actuator over the full length of travel. The MS 26 can also be used to give manually administered boost doses during the administration.
Follow the link below for the Graseby MS 26 operator’s manual:
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